Chicken soup is boring, but not when you give it a twist with Jasmine tea. Here’s what’s required: 2 red onions 3 medium carrots ( sliced into 1 cm pieces ) 50g fresh ginger 1 fennel bulb ( finely chopped) 3 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp pepper 1 tbsp salt 1 chicken stock cube 2… Continue reading Tea Recipe: Jasmine Tea Chicken Soup
Black tea is not only a popular beverage, but it can at the same time be used to make excellent salad dressings! For this smoked chicken salad you need the following ingredients: 225 gram smoked chicken 115 grams of raisins 2 small pears 100 gram of chestnuts 1 crop of lettuce Ingredients for dressing: 1… Continue reading Smoked Chicken Salad with Black Tea Dressing Recipe
Have some summer fun by freezing beautiful herbs and flowers in ice cubes (a.k.a. T-Cubes)! Great to cool your drinks and add some additional flavor and aroma to it. Try it out ourself! We can highly recommend the following herbs: Pink Rose flowers Chinese Chrysanthemum tea Goji berries Jujube / Chinese date
Sweet osmanthus, also known as Osmanthus Fragrans, is a Chinese flower that’s often used in the Chinese kitchen to prepare desserts. The flowers are super fragrant and release a buttery sweet apricot scent. In this post we’re going to introduce you some classic blends with osmanthus that you should try out at home! Before we move… Continue reading Recipes: Enjoy Tea with Osmanthus Taste
Steeping a cup of green tea can be done in many different ways. Sometimes you want to take out your full tea ceremony set and perform a ritual, while there are also moments that you just want to steep casually using a straight glass. Traditionally, loose leaf green tea is often prepared in a glass as they… Continue reading 3 Ways To Brew Loose Leaf Green Tea in a Glass
Notes on blending Chrysanthemum flowers and Rosebuds with loose leaf tea.
With today’s technology it’s not that difficult to gain visitors to your tea business, whether it’s online shop or a physical store. It’s easy to spend money on ads using Google, participate on social media or offer great coupon deals on sites such as Groupon. What most tea start-ups struggle with the most is how… Continue reading How To Date Your Customer To Grow A Tea Business